Bridging the Cancer Care Gap for Africans and People of African Descent April 21, 2016 | 8am – 4pm | Patuxent Greens Country Club, 14415 Greenview Dr Laurel MD 20708 IMPORTANCE OF PARTICIPATION: The WHO warns that the cancer burden is getting worse with low income countries being hit the hardest. Currently 70 % of cancer’s 8
The Women’s Cancer Control Program provides free mammograms, clinical breast exams, and pelvic exam/pap tests to low income uninsured women 40 to 64 years old who are Montgomery County residents. The program is for low income families who are uninsured. Proof of residence in Montgomery County and proof of income is requested. One needs to
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined, and will become one of the leading causes of death in Africa by 2020 due to current health measures, diet and lifestyle trends. For more than 10 years, the American Heart Association has sponsored National
Let’s talk about cancer Let’s talk about the importance of early detection There’s a lot you can do personally & for the community We all have the right to proven, effective cancer care Debunk the Myths About Cancer World Cancer Day is a day to raise our collective voices to improve general knowledge about cancer
February 2014 Patcha Foundation Newsletter In this months Newsletter: – National Cancer Prevention – Cervical Health Awareness – Glaucoma is the leading cause of preventable blindness – Heart Disease Prevention – CASEC Medical Mission to Cameroon 2014 – ASCO’s Report 2013 Advances in Cancer Research – Meeting the Challenge of Glaucoma in Africa
Come on the CASEC Medical Mission to Cameroon When: May 30 to June 9 Register Here! Yes, the CASEC Medical Mission to Cameroon 2014 is around the corner. It seems like only yesterday that we returned from the Medical Mission of Hope, filled with hope and anticipation for this next mission. If you have not
December 2013 Patcha Foundation Newsletter In this months Newsletter: – Healthy Holiday Eating – Celebrating Family Caregivers – Smokeout Countdown Clock – The 2013 CASEC Power of One Award Winner Dr. Onyewu – The Patcha Foundation end of year message – Cheap vinegar tests for cancer saves women’s lives – CASEC Medical Mission
November Patcha Foundation Newsletter In this months Newsletter: – CASEC Gala – An evening of dining and dancing: $100.00 per ticket – Lung Cancer Facts – Pancreatic Cancer – Alzheimer’s Disease – Awareness Spotlight this month – Patcha Foundation obtains treatment grant for cancer patients – We tried to help, but it was
See all The Pictures! Patcha Foundation Activity Report Activity Title: Fall Health Fair organized by the National Co u n c i l of Asian Indian Associations, Inc (NCAIA) Participation: The Patcha Foundation was represented by Lydia Esapa and Stella Patcha Adamu Introduction: The NCAIA Fall Health Fair was held on Sunday October 27th 2013
- February 2019 Patcha Foundation Newsletter In this month’s Newsletter: #LOVEYOURSELF Pledge to Fight Heart Disease and Cancer Februa...
- January 2019 Patcha Foundation Newsletter In this month’s Newsletter: January is Cervical Health Awareness Month WORLD CANCER DAY IS...
- REFLECTING ON 2018 as we BEGIN 2019 In this message: We are optimistic about the fight for zero cancer 4th annual CASEC Information Exchan...
- December 2018 Patcha Foundation Newsletter In this month’s Newsletter: Featured Advocate - Georgette Faba – Wife, Mother of 3,...
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